COVID- 19 Information
During this uncertain and challenging time, the Nevada Department of Transportation strives to keep travelers safe and connected on Nevada roadways and our team safe in the workplace. We have been working with the Governor’s Office and the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services to take the necessary steps to help stop the spread of COVID- 19.
See how NDOT is responding to the COVID- 19 pandemic and find more about Nevada’s overall response.
- There are no health-related road closures in place at this time. When driving to, from and throughout Nevada you can find updated Nevada highway conditions – including any potential weather-related closures – by logging onto www.nvroads.com or dialing 511 before driving. Also, you can download the NVRoads app on your mobile device for state highway updates.
- Nevadans urged to avoid travel to greatest extent practicable.
- In order to Stay Safe and Stay Open, Governor Sisolak has provided updates on Phase 1 and Phase 2 of Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery Plan.
NDOT COVID- 19 Tools and Resources
- Nevada Health Response website to better share information and resources as it pertains to the current status of the coronavirus (COVID- 19) and its impact within the state of Nevada.
- official website of the State of Nevada DMV’s response to COVID- 19.
In accordance with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order for state offices to transition to online and over-the-phone service, NDOT is temporarily suspending in-person services and transitioning them on-line to help reduce potential spread of the COVID- 19 virus.
Note to ContractorsThe Nevada Department of Transportation’s mission is to keep Nevada safe and connected, and we want our team members, our families and our fellow Nevadans to remain safe and healthy. Our “Safe and Connected” motto not only reflects our priorities on our roadways, but it also extends to our relationship with team members as well as our partners throughout the state. That is why we have made some changes to continue business while still serving the public and those we work with.
Following Governor Steve Sisolak’s direction and public health guidelines, NDOT employees are taking health precautions and social distancing. The majority of NDOT team members are telecommuting. Non-essential NDOT business meetings and travel, as well as meetings where appropriate social distancing protocols cannot be maintained, are suspended. Team members and contractors are asked to utilize all practicable digital services such as e-mail, web conferencing and teleconferencing to virtually facilitate any necessary information exchange and meet the needs of our construction program. We must together work toward the goal of proactively promoting health and limiting any contact and associated opportunity for spread of disease. Our individual actions now will help ensure the health of Nevadans in the future.
It is important to note that in-person NDOT business services have been transferred digitally (nevadadot.com/online). Our offices are temporarily closed to the public and other partners, but we continue to provide contract services on-line and by phone.
If you call our main number at 775-888-7070 please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If you have questions or need to get a hold of Contract Services please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NDOT Road ConstructionRoad construction supports jobs and provides a safer, smoother transportation system. In just one recent six-month period, Nevada state road projects have supported approximately 4,500 jobs!
As an essential function defined in Governor Sisolak's Emergency Directive 003, NDOT and its contractors continue vital highway construction and maintenance activities upkeeping Nevada’s transportation system for essential travel and supply chain deliveries. The department actively practices COVID-19-related public health and safety protocols, including social distancing of six feet or more and restricting groups to 10 or less, thereby keeping our team, families and communities safe and connected.
Following Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines, we also:
- Further stagger and physically separate crews and work shifts as possible to minimize contact.
- All necessary meetings are conducted in larger areas which allow for social distancing.
- Crews are supplied hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes.
- Equipment and vehicle interiors are disinfected frequently.
- Additional wash stations have been installed at many work sites.
- Many crew members are wearing face coverings when near others.
- Health of all crew members is monitored on a daily basis.
- Workers must stay home if they exhibit any symptoms consistent with a cold, flu or COVID-19.